Can one say " je trouve que c'est difficile à croire" vs "J'ai du mal à croire?" or is the latter the only way to say I find it difficult to believe.

Ann

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5 January 2019

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Can one say " je trouve que c'est difficile à croire" vs "J'ai du mal à croire?" or is the latter the only way to say I find it difficult to believe.

This question relates to:
French writing exercise "Giving up smoking"

Chris

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6 January 2019

6/01/19

One would probably choose one from among those different ways (but there are, of course, more):

Je le trouve difficile à croire. -- I find it difficult to believe.J'ai du mal à le croire. -- I have problems believing it.Je n'arrive pas à le croire. -- I can't (manage to) believe it.

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